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  • The Game Go Is A Strategy Game

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    Go The game go is a strategy game. It “combines beauty” with “intellectual” challenges, and “the patterns formed by the black and white stones are visually striking and can exercise an almost hypnotic attraction as” the game goes on (American Go Association). It is played with two people sitting across from each other with the game board in between them. The game board is usually a nine by nine, thirteen by thirteen, or nineteen by nineteen grid constructed of wood or bamboo. Beginners start out

  • Meijin Javier: The Animatronic Hero

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    The crowd was lit up by the appearance of Meijin Javier, the animatronic dragons flames serving to ignite the passion of the crowd, as well as Meijin Bellatrix herself. She looked up to the dragon as it arrived on the scene, though she kept her head straight to give the appearance that she was simply staring at where she knew Javier would eventually be: The place where her opponent would have to stand. She found the dragon to be quite flashy and cool, though the uncomfortableness of her cold metal

  • Silhouette's Gundam Case Summary

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    It was hard to miss the sound of such a large cannon firing, Meijin Bellatrix adjusting her course appropriately in an attempt to find targets. She arrived soon enough that the Galaxy Exelios Gundam had its back to her, allowing her to see the cannon was down. She gave a cautious scan as she approached, looking around for Javier since it would be silly for the interloper to fire off that cannon without a target. "Could always be a lure.." She thought, considering the option that the boy was laying

  • The Struggle of Immigrants in America

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    The Struggle of Immigrants in America The U.S has a prolonged history of discrimination. In the late 17th century, when America declared as a free country, only the white gentility had the privileged of “freedom” and African American continue their life as slaves for many decades. As the country grows, it became a dream land, a refuge for immigrations fled from their country to seek freedom and pursuit happiness. However, the gene of discriminations stuck deeply in the mind of the early founding

  • Essay Meiji Period

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    Meiji Period 1868-1912 Meiji Period, also known as Meiji restoration, was a turning point for Japan as it created equality amongst all Japanese people. The new Japanese government (after the failure of the Tokugawa government) successfully broke down the boundaries between the social classes, established human rights such as the religious freedom, and took all the land that belonged to the former feudal lords (daimyo) and returned it to the government. With an effort to expand to acquire Western

  • Analysis Of Ryu, A Japanese Form Of Martial Arts

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    Wado Ryu, a Japanese form of martial arts, is not one of the most popular styles, but it is definitely one of the most effective styles to train in both mentally and physically. Wado Ryu has been a major part of my life since I started in 2007, and I 've made my way up the ranks to second degree black belt (nidan) since then. The research I did for this report helped me further my pursuit to be the best martial arts student I possibly can be. This uncommonly chosen topic intrigued me, because there

  • Zen Buddhisim and Japan Essay

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                    Zen Buddhism and Japan      Japan and the development of Zen Buddhism went hand in hand towards the beginning of the sixth century. Buddhism was in full bloom in India and the Chinese were adapting it to there Lifestyle when several Japanese clans began picking it up. Zen Buddhism      Zen Buddhism is a combination of Indian and Chinese thought process revolving